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Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine, which uses needles to stimulate certain parts of the body – commonly called acupuncture points. The needles cause the nervous system to release chemicals that can help stop pain. The different techniques that can be used in acupuncture include insertion of needles into the skin, heat therapy, electrical stimulation.

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Macfarlane

Andrew Macfarlane


5001 Baum Blvd Suite 405
Pittsburgh, PA, 15213, USA

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Ost

Bo Thomas Ost


5840 Ellsworth Ave Suite 302
Pittsburgh, PA, 15232, USA

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Pang

Bonnie Chui Pang


2510 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15222, USA

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Bryant

C. Sydnie Bryant


6325 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15206, USA

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Yang

Cheng Yang


20 Cedar Blvd Suite 301, Chinese Acupuncture & Herbs Center
Pittsburgh, PA, 15228, USA

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Johnson

Daniel Joseph Johnson


6325 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15206, USA

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Mortell

David Mortell


5655 Bryant St
Pittsburgh, PA, 15206, USA

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Sokulski

David Sokulski


1931 E Carson St
Pittsburgh, PA, 15203, USA

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Whiteside

Jennifer S. Whiteside


2008 Murray Ave Suite B
Pittsburgh, PA, 15217, USA

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Fritz

Jessica Kathleen Fritz


6325 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15206, USA

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Donoughe

Karen Elizabeth Donoughe


5115 Centre Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15232, USA

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Donoughe

Karen Elizabeth Donoughe


5115 Centre Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15232, USA

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Battle

Karen Marie Battle


300 Mount Lebanon Blvd Suite 2200
Pittsburgh, PA, 15234, USA

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Battle

Karen Marie Battle


300 Mount Lebanon Blvd Suite 2200
Pittsburgh, PA, 15234, USA

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Tighe

Maureen Tighe


3043 W Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15216, USA

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Wheeler

Michelle Wheeler


237 6th St Suite 102
Pittsburgh, PA, 15238, USA

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Smith

Patricia Derrig Smith


580 S Aiken Ave Suite 310, Shadyside Place
Pittsburgh, PA, 15232, USA

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Braasch

Peter Anthony Braasch


2301 Murray Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15217, USA

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Ssollae

Rae K Du Ssollae


422 Dickson Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15202, USA

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Heiber

Sarah Heiber


4424 Penn Ave Suite 205
Pittsburgh, PA, 15224, USA

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Glod

Susan Marian Glod


2101 Greentree Rd Suite A-204
Pittsburgh, PA, 15220, USA

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Petrella

Susan Petrella


977 Perry Hwy
Pittsburgh, PA, 15237, USA

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Liu

Xuan Liu


20 Cedar Blvd Suite 301, Chinese Acupuncture & Herbs Center
Pittsburgh, PA, 15228, USA

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Fakih

Yasmin Fakih


3043 W Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, 15216, USA

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Dry Needling vs Acupuncture

Dry needling involves insertion of needles into skin for specific trigger points. It can help with musculoskeletal disorders and improve pain. It can be practiced by physical therapists and chiropractors who have completed education certification. It is similar to needle pressure by Acupuncture but not applied to other non-muscular conditions treated by Acupuncture practitioners.


5 Element acupuncture


5 element acupuncture or “Five phases theory” is an integral part of acupuncture medicine. It is based on five nature elements: water, fire, wood, earth and metal. These 5 elements represent different form of energies and have to be in balance for healthy life.

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There are a few things you must remember while visiting a Acupuncturist in Pittsburgh: Always bring a list of your current medications, a list of Doctors you visit, your medical history, your family’s medical history, and a list of questions you have about your condition.

Most Acupuncturist in Pittsburgh are available from 8am to 5pm in office and there is always somebody available 24/7 for emergencies. Please call the office to check the availability of a particular doctor.

There are many factors when considering best Acupuncturist in Pittsburgh. These included experience, education, certifications, Acupuncturist reviews. Some of the best Acupuncturist in Pittsburgh can be seen from the list above based on the patient feedback.

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There are many medical conditions that can benefits from acupuncture treatment. It is meant to relieve pain, promote healing, and improve physical, mental, and emotional health and well-being. It is commonly used to treat chronic headache, sinusitis, muscle tension and chronic pain. There are certain conditions like depression, allergies, headache, knee pain, back pain, sciatica with proven benefits. In some conditions like infertility, abdominal pain, diabetes, Obesity, prostatitis, infections the benefit is limited or not proven.

Acupuncture is one form of traditional Chinese medicine. Chinese medicine believes in theory of balance (yin-yang theory). There are two opposing forces in the universe: yin and yang. When there is balance of forces the body is healthy and if imbalanced then body becomes unhealthy. Yin refers to negative, darkness, passive side and yang refers to sunny side, brighter, positive side. The yin and yang are kept in balance by the flow of energy “qi”. Acupuncture practitioners can maintain the balanced flow of energy by using acupuncture points and thus helping in healing.

The cost of acupuncture can depend on various factors like location, type of treatment, experience of the acupuncture specialist, number of required treatments. The cost per treatment can vary from $70 to $120. The partial cost may be covered by your health insurance plan also.

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